Isle of Wight Festival 2014
Danny Wallace and Alice Levine present from the legendary festival, interviewing Kings of Leon, Biffy Clyro, the Strypes, Suede and more…
National Television Awards: Backstage Live
The National Television Awards aftershow, live from the O2, co-presented by Sara Cox and featuring Simon Cowell, Joanna Lumley, Stephen Fry and many more…
National Movie Awards: Backstage Live
Danny Wallace and Emma Willis live at the National Movie Awards, featuring the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and James Corden…
Horizon: Chimps Are People Too
Danny Wallace embarks upon a worldwide mission to prove that chimps are people too… he tracks wild chimpanzees and plays with orphaned chimps in Uganda… he’s accosted by a thespian chimp in LA… and manages to hold a proper, real-life conversation with a bonobo in Des Moines… part of the BBC’s Horizon series.
How to Start Your Own Country
BBC Two and BBCi
Double BAFTA-award winning series in which Danny Wallace becomes King of his very own country… he declares his one-bedroom flat in the East End of London an independent state, gets his own flag, invades Britain, draws up a constitution, and forms a government out of his friends and neighbours. And you know what? You can now own it on 2-disc DVD…
School’s Out – Series One and Two
Danny Wallace hosts the Saturday night quiz show that asks the questions we should all know the answers to… mainly because we were taught them at school. Three celebrities battle it out to become top of the class – featuring Graham Norton, Jo Brand, Ade Edmondson, Patrick Kielty and a class-load more…
Danny Wallace’s Hoax Files
Danny Wallace loves hoaxes. So much so that he’s compiled his list of the Best Nineteen Hoaxes Ever! Why nineteen? Because there *are* only nineteen best ever hoaxes! He meets the men who started crop circles! He meets the man who dressed up as bigfoot! He even manages to hoax the hoaxer’s hoaxer! Which means Danny Wallace is now the hoaxer’s hoaxer’s hoaxer!
Danny Wallace’s Brilliant Britain
Danny Wallace investigates what he thinks makes Britain great… its strange and eccentric mix of oddball museums, collections and curators… he visits Lawnmower World and finds Vanessa Feltz’s T-handled dibber… he opens the British Baked Bean Museum of Excellence, in a one-bedroom flat on a Port Talbot estate… and he opens his very own internationally-important museum, using just a camper van, a childhood collection, and a schoolfriend named Will…
Horizon: Where’s My Robot?
When we were kids, we were told that by the time we were grown-ups, we’d all definitely, absolutely have our very own robots. Of course we would. Robot butlers. Robot doctors. Robots confidantes. And yet where are they? Hidden somewhere, with our jetpacks? Cue Danny Wallace, and a worldwide search of a status update. In Japan, he meets Professor Ishiguro, who’s built an android clone of himself. In the US, he meets Domo, who welcomes him, warmly…
But what will happen when they inevitably rise up against us?